A Franklin, Tenn., real estate agent won $100,000 on the History Channel’s "Top Shot" reality show by besting 15 competitors in the use of weapons that ranged from sniper rifles and .44 Magnums to tomahawks and blow guns.

Chris Reed, who described himself as "country boy from the cotton fields of the Mississippi Delta" is a seasoned competitor, according to the Tennessean newspaper: He was runner-up in Field & Stream magazine’s 2009 Total Outdoorsman Challenge and has won numerous state and national championships in archery and long rifle events.

A Franklin, Tenn., real estate agent won $100,000 on the History Channel’s "Top Shot" reality show by besting 15 competitors in the use of weapons that ranged from sniper rifles and .44 Magnums to tomahawks and blow guns.

Chris Reed, who described himself as "country boy from the cotton fields of the Mississippi Delta" is a seasoned competitor, according to the Tennessean newspaper: He was runner-up in Field & Stream magazine’s 2009 Total Outdoorsman Challenge and has won numerous state and national championships in archery and long rifle events.

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